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Vietnam expects to create 1.5 million jobs in 2020

Vietnam expects to create 1.5 million jobs in 2020

03/02/2020
The Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs has set a target to generate jobs for 1.5 million workers, and help some 100,000 labourers to find jobs through the National Employment Fund in 2020.
Minister Dao Ngoc Dung and Japanese Ambassador discuss on some issues relating to specific skilled labour cooperation between Vietnam and Japan

Minister Dao Ngoc Dung and Japanese Ambassador discuss on some issues relating to specific skilled labour cooperation between Vietnam and Japan

16/12/2019
On December 13, 2019, at the Head office of the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), Minister Dao Ngoc Dung had a meeting with Mr. Umeda Kunio, Ambassador of Japan to Vietnam to discuss some issues relating to the cooperation on specific skilled labour between Vietnam and Japan ... Attending the meeting were leaders of Department of International Cooperation, Department of Overseas Labour, Department of Social Assisstances, National Office for Poverty Reduction.
Over 130,000 labourers head overseas for work in 11 months

Over 130,000 labourers head overseas for work in 11 months

05/12/2019
Japan was the largest market for Vietnamese workers in the period, accounting for 71,156, an increase of 16.64 percent from the same period last year. Taiwan (China) followed with 49,980 workers, down 12.72 percent. The Republic of Korea came next with 6,940.
Vietnamese Labour Forum 2019: Future of Work - The Choice of Vietnam

Vietnamese Labour Forum 2019: Future of Work - The Choice of Vietnam

28/11/2019
Vietnamese future work belong to the selection decision, Vietnam has shown the decision through the improvement of skills for labour force, widening the coverage of social security, and modernization of the labour relationship institution - these are the message announced in the Vietnamese Labour Forum 2019  with the theme "Future of Work - the Choice of Vietnam" held  on November 27th, 2019, in Hanoi. The event was jointly held by the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA), partners and the International Labour Organisation (ILO)’s Country Office for Vietnam. Deputy Minister Le Van Thanh attended and had an opening speech.
Vietnam, Japan sign record of discussions on employing specific skilled workers

Vietnam, Japan sign record of discussions on employing specific skilled workers

26/11/2019
On November 25th, 2019, at the Ministry's Head office, Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) and the Japan International Training Cooperation Organisation (JITCO) on November 25 signed a record of discussions on a specified skilled workers programme and technical intern programme. Attending the event were MOLISA  Deputy Minister Le Tan Dung; President of JITCO - Mr. Hiroyuki Yagi, and representatives from relating departments, and agencies of the two sides.
ILO applauds Vietnam’s adoption of revised Labour Code

ILO applauds Vietnam’s adoption of revised Labour Code

21/11/2019
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has praised Vietnam’s adoption of the revised Labour Code on November 20, saying that the code will held everyone gain fair benefits of economic growth.  
Vice President meets the Delegation of outstanding vocational education teachers

Vice President meets the Delegation of outstanding vocational education teachers

20/11/2019
Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh hosted a meeting for outstanding vocational education teachers in Hanoi on November 19, on the occasion of the Vietnamese Teachers Day.
The Labour Code (amended) that was passed by National Assembly deputies

The Labour Code (amended) that was passed by National Assembly deputies

20/11/2019
The amended Labour Code that was passed by National Assembly deputies on November 20th, 2019. With 17 Chapters and 220 Articles, the Labour Code sets employment standards, obligations and responsibilities of employers and employees as well as their representative organisations, and State regulations. Especially, the retirement age for male and female workers will increase from 60 and 55 at present to 62 and 60 respectively in 2028 and 2035 under the revised Labour Code.